Monthly Archives: October 2012

Horse owner scores big win

Area cutting horse owners, Bill and Jessica Pierce of Noxapater, Miss., was a big winner during the All American Quarter Horse Congress in Columbus, Ohio, last week, when the gelding Dualalilshucknjive scored a 217 in the Non Pro Futurity cutting…

Noxapater use bye week to prepare for Pelahatchie

By Ruthie Robison The Winston County Journal The Noxapater Tigers are ready to host their toughest opponent yet, the Pelahatchie Chiefs, this Friday night. After an open week, the defending Class 1A champions have been prepping for another big Class…

Louisville Wildcats build up district wins

By Ruthie Robison The Winston County Journal The Louisville Wildcats added another Class 4A, Region 4, District 4 win after defeating the Caledonia Confederates last Friday night, 33-13. Since the start of district play, the Wildcats have been an unstoppable…

Patriots fall to Starkville

By Wendell Womack Typically, homecoming games are won by the home teams. There was no exception to the rule last Friday night in Starkville, as the AAA Starkville Volunteers defeated the Winston Patriots in their homecoming game, 41-7. In a…

Pilot Club meets in Sept.

Submitted by Tara Woodward The Pilot Club of Louisville had their September meeting at Lake Tiak O Khata. President-Elect Tara Woodward opened the meeting and welcomed the guests and speaker. Wanda Ward gave the invocation and Gwynn Hall led the…

Republican women meet candidates on November ballot

From staff reports The Republican Women held their October meeting on Oct. 2 in preparation for the November election. The club heard from incumbent Republican congressman Alan Nunnlee and court candidate Josiah Coleman. Coleman is running in the non party…

It’s Elementary by Brandy Blanton

Thank you to Winston Medical Center administration for partnering with Louisville Municipal School District this year to offer flu shots to the faculty. The CDC recommends that everyone 6 months of age and older get vaccinated as soon as the…

New of the Past by C.J. Johnson

100 Years Ago – October 18, 1912 NOXAPATER: Mrs. Clyde Hathorn and Miss Bulah Morris were visitors to Louisville Wednesday. – Mrs. J. V. Stevens and baby returned home Tuesday from a visit to her parents at Ackerman. HIGHPOINT: The…

Noxapater receives visit from Presley

From staff and press reports Noxapater officials and residents had an opportunity to discuss issues with Brandon Presley, Northern District public service commissioner. Presley held a rural community meeting at Noxapater Park on Thursday, September 27. A good crowd of…